Redevelopment

The Suisun City Council has been working diligently on the renaissance of the historic Waterfront District as a pedestrian-oriented dining and entertainment destination.

The city is committed to development of the local economy through attracting both new visitors and tourists to our unique Waterfront District. Additionally, they support the efforts of the Suisun City Historic Waterfront Business Improvement District to promote local business opportunities and active entrepreneurs.

A new 40,000 square foot mixed-use retail, restaurant and office complex, Harbor Square, has opened in the Waterfront District with a new restaurant (Cast Iron Grill) and nightclub (Dimitri's Lounge by the Bay) and an outdoor courtyard with the region's largest free standing fireplace. Other tenants are actively being pursued to provide a vibrant mix of dining, convenience and entertainment opportunities for this key building that is adjacent to the Harbor Theatre, which is home to college and community theater productions.

Just blocks away, The Hampton Inn & Suites on the Waterfront opened its four-story, 102-room hotel overlooking the Waterfront District in September 2009. The hotel is within easy walking distance of unique family-owned restaurants providing a wide range of quality cuisines from Mexican to Greek, Japanese, Thai, California Wine Country, standard American fare and more.

Suisun City has been recognized by organizations such as the Urban Land Institute for their commitment to pedestrian-oriented urban design and development.